Navy Lodge Pensacola
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Travel Blogs from Pensacola
... any seafood. We bought shrimp and large sea scallops.
A tour guide met our bus at Joe Patti's and at 2:30 we started a 3 hour City tour. We rode through downtown, the historic district and out to the Gulf Islands National Seashore. We returned to the RV Park at 5:00pm. It was a long day. Tomorrow morning we hook up and head to our next stop.....Tallahassee. We have a tour of Florida Historic Capital tomorrow afternoon.
... just a replica.
It was interesting to hear Steve and Leon talk about days gone by when they served our country. Steve served 20 years and Leon 4 years. You gotta love those Navy men. FYI Leon would have stayed in as a lifer, had it not been that they shipped him out to the Mediterranean Sea when I was 9 months+ pregnant and 9 day late for the birth of our 1st born son, Duane. (Leon was ...
... where Ray's mom and dad are buried. It is an old family cemetery dating back to 1870 and many of the Hoyt family are buried here. Ray's mom loved azaleas and when she died his dad planted a small azalea bush on her plot. Of course it doesn't stay small. So every couple years when we come through Pensacola we stop and trim the bush.
Back to the RV Park and Happy Hour. Four more couples arrived while we were gone today. ...
Made it through the rains driving from St. George Island to Pensacola. I felt sorry for Leon, he had to hook up in the rain. Luckily after 6 months of travel this is the 1st time that's happened. This campground (Leisure Lake) is as BAD as the last one was the BEST. One extreme to the other. ...
Drive to Pensacola area was good. Got into Sheri's around 8:30 pm. She was anxiously awaiting my arrival, along with a few of her friends.
As would be expected, the first night was a bit on the awkward side. First time we had seen each other in 5 months, during which time we had very little contact. We started the catch-up phase, sharing a few stories, saving most for later, so we could turn in early.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking